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Here are some moments from those videos, plus an exchange Lopez had with a Post reporter after he was re-elected as leader of the Brooklyn Democratic Party.
But that newsy nugget was, in fact, the headline and whole story in this version, which ran in the Post's earlier editions. It does not appear online.
A list of at least eight Post journalists who've been offered buyouts has been circulating among veterans of the tabloid. Those on the list are mostly older, longtime reporters and editors.(1)
The buyouts come as the Post's parent corporation, News Corp., prepares to separate its publishing properties, which also include The Wall Street Journal and various newspapers in the U.K. and Australia, from the company's cash-cow television and film assetts. After the split, the publishing titles will no longer be cushioned by more lucrative brands such as Fox News.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg attacked the New York Times news and editorial pages yesterday for how it covered public safety issues.
The Times had a combined print and digital average weekday circulation of 1.87 million between October and March, up 17.6 percent from the same six-month period a year earlier, according to the latest figures from the Alliance for Audited Media.
"As you know, I go to great lengths not to engage in politics writ large, but especially not presidential politics," said the governor, deadpan.
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As a teen who was singled out as a Boston bombing suspect on the cover of the New York Post tries to clear his name, the tabloid has changed the tenor of its coverage.
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"If you can’t stomach the gore, don’t run the photo. Period," wrote Charles Apple, the author of the blog post and an editor at the Orange County Register of Santa Ana, Calif. He also noted that Newark's Star-Ledger ran the same photo on page one exactly as it had been taken by the Globe photographer.(84)
Debbbie Krenek, herself portrayed in the play, said that the scene recreating McAlary's emotional newsroom speech after he won the Pulitzer "took my breath away" because it felt so real: "It was truly like seeing Mike."
In addition to being the New York Post's state editor and host of a must-hear radio show about state politics, Fred Dicker is also working on a biography of Governor Andrew Cuomo, for which the governor and his aides are making themselves available. Or were, at any rate.(2)
Almost everyone featured State Senator Malcolm Smith as the main culprit trying to scheme his way into the New York City mayor's race. But it's Smith's role in the State Senate that apparently gave other newspapers around the state to write about the mostly New York City-based scandal.
"Halloran’s dog could be heard barking throughout the episode," according to a report posted to the paper's website early this morning.(6)